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i speak for all of us, our deepest condolences to the family. up next, john roberts sitting in for anderson cooper. >>> thanks, wolf. tonight, separating health reform fact from fear and a town hall meeting with a big difference. president obama. he attended one today in new hampshire and a guy outside packing heat, carrying a sign calling in so many words for death to tirades. the quotation of thomas jefferson. out in the open, a handgun. meantime, at the office of georgia congressman david scott who took on protesters the other day, someone painted a swastika out front. as you will see in a moment, anger at town halls across the country. that said, there were moments of clarity and we help to add some of our own tonight. first, president obama at por portsmouth high school in new hampshire in his own words. >> i don't think anyone should be in charge of your health care decisions but you and your doctor. i don't think government bureaucrats should be meddling but i also don't think insurance company bureaucrats should be meddling. that's the health care system i believe in
would always be kind of aside and smaller. and it would be all three of us. she drew a picture and i was the sister and it was just her and i. and i didn't even know what to say. you know. i still have to say, thank you, hon, that's a beautiful picture. deep down inside, she didn't include her mother which really made me sad. >> hard to imagine what it was like for this family thinking there was a chance hannah might not see her mother for another 12 years. for laura ling, it was a husband and family waiting for her. a sushi dinner and perhaps mother's essential watercress soup which she's been keeping warm the last few days in anticipation. al gore spoke briefly today. his farmer boss, bill clinton, though, did not. president obama spoke of relief and gratitude where laura ling, silence for months, spoke at length. when she did, people across the country seemed to choke up a little. >> 30 hours ago euna lee and i were prisoners in north korea. we feared that at any moment we could be sent to a hard labor camp. and then suddenly we were told that we were going to a meeting. we were t
by the previous administration and previous congress that was not paid for at all. >> why have you not used the bully pulpit to chastise congress for having two systems of health care, one for all of us and one for them? >> if we don't have health care reform, the gap between what congress gets and what ordinary americans get will continue to be as wide as it is right now. >> president obama this afternoon in new hampshire. the tone entirely civil. not the case this morning in lebanon, pennsylvania, where now democratic senator arlen specter got an earful. >> you want to be led out of here, you are welcome to go. but wait a minute. now wait a minute. now wait a minute. >> you have awakened a sleeping giant. we are tired of this. this is why everybody in this room is so ticked off. what are you going to do to restore this country back to what our founders created according to the constitution? >> it wasn't the only heat directed at senator specter in lebanon. he did, however, soldier on, holding another town hall in lewisbu lewisburg, where the tone improved. somewhat. we sent "360's" gary t
that democrats are using that as an excuse but maybe republicans are giving them one to push forward without them. >> ed henry, if this is true and seriously under consideration it seems a far cry from what we were hearing over the weekend from the white house, from kathleen sebelius, from the president himself, from robert gibbs talking about the public option being one of several things and the key thing is competition and choice. to go from that to suddenly moving forward ramming this thing through it seems like all day today they have been saying nothing is changing. it seems like a lot has changed. >> you are right. that is why they are not pulling the trigger tonight on this. over the weekend it was about the president showing flexibility saturday night on the town hall. maybe there won't be a public option. kathleen sebelius leaving the door open to no public option. she didn't close the door either. that was about trying to bring in kent conrad, a conservative democrat like ben nelson in the senate, show flexibility. if they ram this through with this procedural motion that will close tha
be a good time for mr. ridge to use his emergency duct tape. frances townsend, a cnn national security adviser and political contributor paul begala. do you believe tom ridge is trying to sell books here? >> absolutely. i will tell you, anderson, it is interesting to me. secretary napolitano, the current secretary asked a bipartisan group to consider suggestions to improve the terror alert system. i'm co-chairing that group. we asked for secretary ridge to express his -- see the group, talk to us and express his concerns or suggestions. that was less than three weeks ago. he never mentioned concern about politicization. >> in 2005 he said publicly and it was quoted in "usa today" at the time though people didn't pay much attention, more often than not we were the least inclined to raise it. sometimes we disagreed with intelligence assessments. sometimes when the intelligence was good you don't necessarily put the country on alert. there were times when people were aggressive about raising it and we said, for that? clearly, he was expressing divisions. he didn't talk about politics in p
. >> our cnn terrorism analyst, peter bergen talking with us from kabul, afghanistan, who happened to be in kabul during the time of this explosion. peter, thanks. we'll talk with you again. since it is the top of the hour, we want to bring viewers who might be joining us up to speed on the news out of kabul, afghanistan. one hour ago, an explosion oc r occurred on the streets of the capital. defense ministry spokesman tells the associated press this was a suicide car bombing. the attack happened, we do know this, near the headquarters of nato and the u.s. embassy. we have seen video of the smoke. here's the street scene of what occurred just after the explosion. we have also received video into cnn of people who were injured and people being administered health care by rescue teams there on the scene. and so we'll continue to get more information about what happened, how many were injured, was anybody killed? we have on the street for us, as well, atia abawi of our team there in afghanistan. she joins us with the latest. atia? >> reporter: natalie, we're still waiting on more inf
. look at the thing that got us into the recession. the housing market. we have seen in june, the last month for which we have numbers, an increase, a little one, an increase in the price of homes. a lot of homes being sold and that is interesting. what is happening people are buying homes that distressed or in foreclosure. the increase in home prices in june in major metropolitan areas was .5%. boy, erica, we'll take a gain as opposed to a loss. existing homes the price from may to june went up 3.6%. low compared to last june a year ago, but over the course of one month we have seen an increase. new home sales. this is interesting. we stopped buying and stopped building new homes. up 11% may to june. down compared to last june but up in one month. a lot of stuff going on giving people a sense this economy might be on the mend. >> if it might be on the mend how do we get to the mending point? is it the government intervention? there were programs put in place before obama was in office so can his administration take credit? >> there are mixed views. some economists say if the economy c
to be an election. we'll be back with another national report card then. thanks very much for joining us. we'll have more tomorrow on "american morning" and "the situation room." let's go to a special "360" right now. erica hill filling in. erica? >>> breaking news on two fronts, including the apparent killing of one of america's top enemies in afghanistan and pakistan. first, it is a "360" exclusive. in her first interview since her sister's return, lisa ling tonight joining us on "360" to talk about what's happened since her sister laura and her colleague, euna lee, came home from north korea. how they're re-adjusting and how euna's 4-year-old daughter hana is doing now that mommy is finally home. former president bill children securing their release. he spoke publicly about that trip for the first time today. but frankly, said very little. >> i wanted those young women to be able to come home. and i wanted our two countries to have the ability to decide where to go from here. it would be wrong for me to say any more. the young women can speak for themselves about their experiences. the pictures w
foreman back from a town hall and joins us live from baltimore. what did you see? >> reporter: quite a night, john. lot of people showed up. easily over 500. maybe 600 or more than that. not sure if you put all the people inside and all the people outside who couldn't get in. they started showing up several hours ahead of time to meet with u.s. senator ben carden from here in maryland outside of baltimore here where they were gathering for this meeting at a local university. clearly, clearly, clearly many, many, many of the people were there to oppose the plan. there are some supporters, certainly, but an awful lot of them were there and they were very vocal about why they were opposing this plan. many because they feel it's being rushed to much. many because they don't like the cost of it. many for a lot of other details. take a listen to what was being said outside this hall at townsend university before it began. >> there's nobody that understands. the congressmen haven't read this bill. it's 1,000 pages-plus. they don't know what's in it themselves. >> reporter: you don't see tra
of the rules. we will never know how much that may have contributed to the accident. it certainly does give us some reason for alarm. one of the problems with aviation safety sometimes is like any other safety situation. it's routine. you look at so much of this every day and nothing ever happens until one day it does. >> jim tillman, appreciate your expertise. thank you, sir. >> thank you. >>> also ahead tonight, getting beyond all the shouting over health care reform while zeroing in on the reasons behind it. what is making so many americans so vocal about changing a system that up until recently a strong majority said needed more government involvement to fix. has the health care debate become a release valve? why all the noise for issues that have nothing to do with health care? hear for yourself from americans who don't like the way things are going. tom foreman met some of them in our "uncovering america" segment. >> just say no! >> reporter: the yelling, the posters, the verbal attacks. is this really all about health care reform? at meeting after meeting, questions are being raised abo
about half an hour drive west of pittsburgh. local officials telling us five people are dead, including the gunman. as many as 15 people wounded in this attack. the pittsburgh post gazette provides some more details quoting witness bhos saw a man carrying a duffel bag walk into the backdoor of an exercise class then open fire. one witness said she saw people flying off treadmilling, hitting the ground before she was able to escape through a fire escape. this is a live picture coming to you right now outside of that health club. it's an l.a. fitness in collier kounship in western pennsylvania just south of pittsburgh. these pictures from wtae. we're going to continue to follow these for you. there's also more breaking news on top of you tonight. at this moment, euna lee and laura ling are air born. here they are in the tarmac after almost five months in north korean captivity. finally they're on their way back home. their release and pardon, secured by the former president today. his trip and talks with north korean dictator described as a humanitarian mission. but there are reports they
us on th phone. what are you hearing from your sources? >> what i've been hearing jives with what ed is saying. from administration and hill sources on the democratic side, that they are saying that they believe more and more that republicans -- lead republicans negotiating, negotiating for months, are not serious and are not as serious as they were about really having a robust bipartisan deal. that is because of comments they say that chuck grassley has made over the past couple of days suggesting he's not really in negotiations. he's just in talks and comments saying that if he can't get more than four republicans it's going to be tough. that plus comments from another senate republican just today, anderson, jon kyl, number two republican, with the idea any kind of health care reform at all. all thosatione taken together, signal they'll have to do this with democrats alone. republicans are saying democrats are using that as an excuse. maybe republicans are giving them one to try to push forward without them. >> ed henry if this is true and under consideration, it seems a far cry fr
given to all of us. and thank you, vicki, for loving him with all your heart for so many years. and bringing him so much happiness. bringing him so much joy and to jean, i know you've lost your soul mate because you and teddy led each other's lives for your whole entire lives and all your nieces and nephews are here to help you. welcome to this library that teddy built and brought to life with his spirit and dedication to public service. as many of you know over the last few years, or really for most of my semicult life, one of my part-time jobs has been introducing teddy to crowds of people who already knew him incredibly well. although this was unbelievably stressful for me, it was just another one of the gifts that he gave me. when he saw that i was nervous, he would give me a pat on the back. he would call um and say, i've got a great idea. there's a convention coming up and maybe you would like to introduce me. and awful i would go on another adventure in public speaking. i always knew when i stepped down from the podium, i would get a big kiss and hear him whisper, now i'
they are stronger than you. thanks for joining us. larry interviews jermaine jackson. time now for anderson cooper and "ac 360." >>> we begin with breaking news out of florida. the shocking new motive revealed in a double murder that stunned the country. melanie and byrd billings the parents of 13 adopted kids were killed by intruders dressed like ninjas. our source says the state's attorney's office believes there was more than one motive. the billings were the target of a contract hit the crime was part of a murder for hire plot. sheriff david morgan is respond og to that report. david mattingly joins us with the breaking news. >> reporter: for the first time sheriff david morgan is confirming a murder for hire scheme is a possibility they are looking at. they have been looking at this possibility from the beginning following up on what he called uncorroborated information. all these weeks later they are still working on it and not ready to rule out the billings murder was a hired hit. >> let me state emphatically that at the onset of the billings investigation the escambia s
the town hall critics or will he and all us end up with watered down reform or no change at all. doing a town hall in montana, taking the first family to nearby yellowstone park. mr. obama came because when it comes to passing reform the road truly runs through montana. raw politics from ed henry. >> reporter: montana is a nice place to visit this time of year, but the president had more on his mind than fly-fishing. he came for urgent business, buttering up the state senior center max bachus who could hold the fate of health reform in his hands. >> first of all the man who is working tirelessly to make sure the american people get a fair deal when it comes to health care in america, please give max bachus a round of applause. >> reporter: in private, top presidential advisers acknowledged the fight reached a critical stage because the opposition reached some steam, capitalizing on anger at congressional town hall meetings. >> where does this state that government has the powers to take over health care. >> reporter: by comparison the president's town hall was tame. he did get one poin
when you go to the beach. sharks need to fear from us, we are killing them the rate at 250,000 a day. >> you clearly have to have a great deal of respect for them and be mindful they are stronger than you. thank you all for joining us. one week from tonight, larry interviews jermaine jackson. time now for anderson cooper and "ac 360." >>> we begin with breaking news out of florida. tonight the possibility of a shocking new motive revealed in a double murder that stunned the country. melanie and byrd billings, parents of 13 adopted kids were shot to death in their home earlier this month, killed by intruders dressed like ninjas. authorities say they were the victims of robbery. there's more. the state attorney's office believes there was more than one motive beyond robbery, telling cnn the billings were a target of a contract hit, that the crime was a part of a murder for hire plot. sheriff david morgan leading the criminal investigation is responding to that report. david mattingly with the news. >> reporter: sheriff david morgan confirming publicly that a murder for hire scheme is a
is that lethal levels of propofol killed michael jackson. the coroner's preliminary report is telling us so. dr. murray thought that michael jackson was addicted to the drug. he suffered terrible sleep insomnia for six weeks. according to dr. murray. he was apparently trying to wean him off of it. he had been giving him 50 milligrams of this drug and in the hours before his death, it appears dr. murray gave michael jackson what amounts really to a cocktail of drugs even though the coroner is now saying it was this lethal dose of propofol which ultimately killed him. here's the timeline. 10:30 a.m., 10 milligrams of valium. 2:00 a.m., injected him with the antianxiety drug, ativan. 3:00 a.m., versed, through an i.v., also an antianxiety medicine to put someone to sleep before surgery. and 5:00 a.m., more ativan, 5:30 more versed, and at 10:40 a.m., the propofol, 25 milligrams. this is key since he called 911 at about 12:20 in the afternoon, dr. murray did. just about two hours after he gave michael jackson that propofol. >> and what about murray's actions the day jackson collapsed? did you learn
? or both? congressional town hall meetings during august recess used to be rather sleepy affairs. not anymore. there are images of president obama with a mustache like hitler's or looking like the joker. and also elected representatives hung in effigy. democratic senators like pennsylvania's arlen specter -- >> medicare and social security -- >> reporter: and missouri's claire mccaskill are hearing it from extremely unhappy americans who don't like the idea of health care reform. >> same plan they're asking us to be -- >> reporter: people have been arrested. others have suffered minor injuries with pushing and shoving. democrats like florida's kathy castor have barely been able to get in a word edgewise. at her meeting, reform opponents were seething because hundreds of them were stuck outside the town hall because they couldn't sit in the room. protesters held signs on the other side of the window. the congresswoman had to be hustled out. in texas, congressman lloyd doggett tried to talk. >> you voted against -- >> reporter: he, too, was drowned out. one protester used his artis
and he joins us live from baltimore. what did you see, tom? >> reporter: it was quite a night. easily over 500, or 600. i'm not sure you put all the people inside and people outside who couldn't get in. they started showing up to meet with u.s. senator ben cardin from maryland. just outside baltimore is where they were meeting. clearly, clearly, clearly many, many many of the people were there to oppose the plan. there were some supporters, certainly, but an awful lot of them were there and vocal about why they were opposing this plan. many feel it is rushed. many don't like the cost. many for a lot of other details. even as some try to defend it. take a listen to what was being said outside this hall at towson university. >> there is nobody who understands what this. the congressmen haven't read this bill. it is 1,000 pages plus. they don't know what is in it. >> you don't see transparency? >> no. >> i'm a union guy, supporter of my union but i don't think we should be forced into an option that you may or may not want. >> i'm an average citizen who believes the people have to right
, watching it unfold joining us from northwest of kabul, ivan, what's the situation today? what are you seeing? >> reporter: well, anderson, just to give you a sense of the change here, behind me is a cave that held a 1500-year-old buddha statue that was destroyed by the taliban in 2001 to international condemnation. in this province you have elections going on, 17 million people registered across afghanistan in its second ever presidential election. a historical moment. that said, much of this country is at war right now. three american soldiers were killed in two separate incidents yesterday alone. that brings the death toll for american and western troops to more than 50 just this month. we have reports of two -- of seven election workers killed over the last few days. and i just got off the phone with the u.s. military spokeswoman who says there were cases reported overnight of small arms fire at some polling stations across the country. we do know that many, perhaps hundreds of polling centers, are not going to be operating today because they're located in areas controlled by the t
on election day. that's number one. take a look at the thing that got us into this recession in the first place. the housing market. we've seen in june, that's the last month for which we have numbers, an increase. a little one, but an increase in the price of homes. we've seen a lot of homes being sold. and that's interesting because what's happening is people are buying a lot of homes that are distressed or in foreclosure. let's take a look at this. the increase in home prices in june in major metropolitan areas is only half of 1%. but, boy, we'll take a gain as opposed to a loss. let's take a look at existing homes. used homes. 85%, 90s% of the homes all sold are existing homes. the price from may to june went up 3.6%. it is still low compared to last june a year ago, but over the course of one month we've seen an increase. take a look at new home sales. this is interesting. we stopped buying and stopped building new homes. up 11% from may to june. again, down compared to last june, but up in one month. so a lot of stuff going on. giving people a sense, erica, that this economy might b
southwest of pittsburgh. local officials telling us five people are dead including the gunman. as many as 15 people wounded in this attack. "the pittsburgh post gazette" quoted witnesses saying a man carrying a duffel bag walk in the back door of an exercise class and opened fire. one witness said people were flying off treadmills and she fled through a fire escape. a man unrecognized by gym staff, walked in, turned off the lights and starred shooting at a class in the aerobics center. it is an l.a. fitness in western pennsylvania, south of pittsburgh. these pictures from wtae. there is also more breaking news we are on top of for you tonight. at this moment euna lee and laura ling are airborne. here we see them boarding the plane. former president bill clinton's private jet. here they are on the tarmac in pyongyang. finally they are on their way home. they are due back on u.s. soil tomorrow morning. their release and pardon secured by the former president today. his trip and talks with kim jong il described as a private humanitarian mission. there are reports it involved weeks of secret pre
papers are not so black and white. in page after page, they do say that much information used to disrupt al qaeda came from detainees, such as khalid shaikh mohammed and abu zubaydah, both of whom were repeatedly subjected to the controversial techniques. both of those men revealed potential targets but their information held to the arrest of others and disrupted attack plans, including some aimed at high-rise apartment and more passenger jets. but those plots were, in many cases, little more than vague ideas, according to cnn terrorism analyst peter bergen. so -- >> did coercive interrogation reveal plots that were really serious threats? i think the short answer is no. >> reporter: the papers say khalid sheikh mohammed was given outdated, inaccurate information until the tougher techniques were applied. even some former members of the bush administration like fran townsend, now a cnn contributor, admit he might have given up the more important intelligence anyway as his captivity wore on. >> it's very difficult to draw a cause and effect because it's not clear when techniques were appl
. new allegations that the top members of the bush administration tried to use the fear of terrorism for politics to win a close presidential election. what makes the allegations so stunning is that they're being made by a former top member of the bush administration. none other than tom ridge, then secretary of homeland security. he resigned just after the 2004 election. that decision he now says motivated in part by what he says happened four days before americans narrowly re-elected george w. bush against john kerry. a cabinet meeting at which he says other top officials pressed him to raise the nation's color coded alert level. he writes about it in a new memoir out next month, obtained tonight by "360." ed henry has the breaking news. ♪ >> reporter: the friday before the 2004 election, only two or three points separated democrat john kerry from president bush. suddenly, a twist. osama bin laden released a shocking new videotape. and it played nonstop on the arab language network al jazeera. >> translator: your security is not in the hands of kerry or bush or al qaeda. your sec
of us. >> reporter: while jack and bobby were being groomed for greatness, he became an embarrassment, suspended by harvard in his freshman year for cheating. out of school, he served two years in the army before heading back to harvard and then virginia for his law degree. by 1962, he'd entered the family business. >> vote for edward m. kennedy. >> reporter: one kennedy was president, another attorney general, and jfk's senate seat went to his little brother, ted. he was 30 years old. at 31, he was mourning the big brother he'd worshiped. it would, of course, happen again. five years later in los angeles, a country shocked and a shattered ted delivered the eulogy for his brother, robert. it is, perhaps, his most famous speech. >> those of us who loved him and who take him to his rest today pray that what he was to us, what he wished for others, will some day come to pass for all the world. >> reporter: kennedy retreated to the family compound in hyannis port. he would emerge a changed man, fighting for civil rights, demanding an end to the vietnam war. he was a rising star in the sen
with a government insurance option? no. and about those so-called death panels, a term critics use to argue against a provision they say will put the federal government in the euthanasia business. grassley, a man with knowledge of many issues, stepped where he probably should not. >> i don't have any problem with things like living wills, but they ought to be done within the family. we should not have a government program that determines if you're going to pull the plug on grandma. >> reporter: put him down as not on target. the program, inserted in a house bill, would allow federal reembursement to doctors who want it. critics say the counseling may become coerceive. he works now with democrats and republicans trying to come up with a middle ground bill. he's up for re-election next year, about which he's reminded daily. >> democrat or republican, whoever votes for this bill, we will vote you out! >> reporter: the senator threads his way between his core constituents, angry that he's trying -- >> there's nothing that i would agree to and we have to stop giving ground. >> reporter: and others who h
with us. david gergen, ted sorrenson. thank you. >>> anderson cooper with "ac 360." >>> we're at musician's village, surrounded by volunteers for habitat for humanity. their good work goes on. we're here to report it four years after the storm. we're here to bring you a less welcomed story to light. we come to you as well as the nation remembers senator ted kennedy. we begin, however, tonight with breaking news. >>> a story that is both miraculous and at the same time deeply horrifying and includes a bizarre jailhouse interview with the man creating that horror. this was j.c.dugard. for all anyone believed never to be seen again alive. this was the latest computer assisted picture of how she might have looked today, 18 years later. the miracle tonight, the sketch is no longer necessary. a 29-year-old woman turned up yesterday at a san francisco parole office, the horror, she was there with a convicted sex offender and her two children. the oldest of which would have been born when she was 14 or 15. the story of captivity is emerging, the rest of her life just now beginning. randi kaye has
earlier today. here's the "360" interview. elizabeth, ed, thanks so much for being with us. elizabeth, from your own experiences, what do you think jaycee is going through right now? >> for me, i felt relief, happiness and i was just excited to be home and back with the people that i know loved me and cared for me and wants what's best for me. i would think that jaycee is probably feeling something along those lines as well. >> and, ed, from a father's perspective, what was it like getting that call, being told that, you know, after so long your child is alive? >> the end of the nightmare. just, you know, it was very surreal. the moment of finding that it was really her was just, like, this one miracle in life that i could have. it just was overwhelming and just joyful. >> and elizabeth, that reunion, obviously, incredibly emotional, obviously incredibly joyful. there's got to be a lot of ups and downs with it. can you talk a little bit about what that's like? >> well, for me, it was just like overwhelming happiness, because, i mean, i was out of that terrible situation. i was with my
angry that he's not trying hard enough. >> i want to ask you why you won won't use your strong republican voice to clarify the outright lies that are out there about the programs that are being proposed. at days end he was in his 75th town hall meeting of the year. >> only got 16 more town hall meetings. so i don't want to draw a conclusion from four town hall meetings. >> august may not be the cruelest month but it's going to seem like the longest one. >> so, is he standing by the program of possibly pulling the plug on grandma? >> he softened just a little when he talked with reporters and said do i think that this provision will do what i fear it will do? not necessarily, no i don't. but i think it's necessary that we look at it. he doesn't believe that there should be a program that pays for this. but that the federal government should not pay for this kind of counseling. i have to tell you, though, i also talked to a couple of doctors and some nurses who said well, medicare pays for. senator grassley backed off a little but he didn't back off what was the central fear for
, driving conservatives into yet, another lather. >> if we let pelosi and people like that direct us, we are doomed. >> reporter: and all that apparent seesawing is doing nothing to calm those who call themselves fiscally moderate and can't stomach the cost. >> i cannot support this bill in the version it's in now. telling cnn, he still believes the public option is the best way to achieve those goals. but the question of the moment, how will he pass a bill for health care reform? anderson? the idea of the co-op traces back to farmers in the heartland 75 years ago. here to explain what it means, 360 sanjay gupta. explain to us the difference between a public option and co-op. >> a co-op is not government run. a not for profit organization that could offer insurance as part of the health exchange. people go to health exchange. everyone who buys into the program, pays premiums is essentially on the board as well. they're all members as well as insured people. what kind of benefits are going to be offered. members as well as people who benefit from the plan. >> how does it work? do they hav
another lather. >> if we let pelosi and people like that direct us, we are doomed. >> reporter: and all that apparent seesawing is doing nothing to calm those who call themselves fiscally moderate and can't stomach the cost. >> i cannot support this bill in the version it's in now. we can do better. >> reporter: the white house tried better to quiet the storm issuing yet another statement reiterating the president's commitment to expanding coverage and lowering cost. telling cnn he still believes the public option is the best way to achieve those goals, but the question of the moment, how will he pass a bill for health care reform with such a war raging? anderson? >> tom, one of the alternatives to this government-run program to the public option is getting insurance from a health insurance co-op. that sounds like a woodstock commune but it traces back to farmers. here to explain what it might mean "360" m.d. sanjay gupta. explain the difference between a public option and a co-op? >> first of all, a co-op is not government run. a not-for-property government organization that could offe
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